Yellow-Dog Contract

It refers to a type of agreement or contract that prohibits employees from joining or participating in labor unions. The term "yellow-dog" is derived from the idea that an employee who signs such a contract is considered to be as loyal as a dog, even if it means sacrificing their rights to collective bargaining and union representation.

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